|Reviews for Pink Blush Ons and Piano Dreams|
| bahaghari 4/20/06 . chapter 1
"...whenever the clouds would cry.."-likes the line.
Likes the details too, and that last paragraph. Reflecting and reflection, fear of being worthless, wishes and reveries-all captured in that paragraph.
| EnigmaticArsenic 4/16/06 . chapter 1
hm... i think there's potential for a good story behind this- something like a twisted fairytale? i really liked how the other girl turned out to be a doll- i thought she would be a ghost or something. i did notice though that you switched verb tenses a few times. as for 'ghost in winter', it originally didn't have an ending. just a drabble, but when i posted it, i tacked on those last few lines to give some sense of one, which is why i guess it seems so sudden- because it was, lol. but in any case, thanks for reading and leaving a note.
| diana 4/5/06 . chapter 1
The story was rich in descriptions. There was irony used in Aunt Eliza's physical attributes and in her behavior. There was also an incorporation of other tales. It made the persona honest to its audience.
| For Absent Friends 3/28/06 . chapter 1
Wonderful imagery and emotion, especially the description of the doll. I love how you imagine the girl seeing herself in the doll. Excellent job, and thanks for your review )
| linedstained frameless 3/27/06 . chapter 1
It's haunting. You know how stories leave you with vivid pictures of what you've understood? Well this is one of them. It's very beautiful and I'd say you've done a great job in accomplishing that old-english/french feel, with the words, fashions, dolls, pianons, names. In short it all went together very well. Nice job!)